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In-Person versus Internet Training: A Comparison of Student Attitudes toward Homosexuality
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NASPA Journal Volume 40, Number 1, ISSN 1559-5455

Abstract

Investigated the influence of training modality on attitudes toward lesbian and gay issues. Analyses revealed that both modalities (In-Person Training and Internet Training) resulted in substantial reductions in levels of homophobia following training. Furthermore, these reductions in homophobia remained stable from the post-test to the follow-up testing. Implications for student affairs professionals and directions for future research are discussed. (Contains 49 references and 3 tables.) (GCP)

Citation

Guth, L.J., Lopez, D.F. & Fisher, M.S. (2002). In-Person versus Internet Training: A Comparison of Student Attitudes toward Homosexuality. NASPA Journal, 40(1),. Retrieved May 19, 2022 from .

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